Sevens are all the rage (and, more lucky than ever), cars are decked out in Steelers flags and sporting black and gold, from scarves to socks, is on the regular. Ask any Pittsburgher -- life is dedicated to the sacred hometown team this week.
We searched and searched for a Packers fan, but the only one we could find was our very own, Becky Emmers. She's Patchtastic, so we're OK with it.
Steeler Nation is in fact a real thing. Just ask Mt. Lebanon resident, Bob Scheutz.
"I travel a lot and the last Terrible Towel I bought was in Beijing," he said. "The point is, I didn't see any Green Bay paraphernalia in Beijing."
Packers fans may be scarce in Pittsburgh, but they're there.
"I have a friend, Josh Eberhardt, who's lived in Pittsburgh longer, but by family default he's a Packers fan," Brendan Laffey, of Upper St. Clair, said. "I want the Steelers to beat the Packers just for the satisfaction."
Hazel Imig and her husband, 1st Lt. Paul Anthony Imig, formerly of Peters, wished a very powerful, "Go Steelers!" on behalf of the troops.
In our travels, we saw restaurants, shops and people beaming black and gold in both Upper St. Clair and Peters. Take a look at our video message, from Pittsburgh to Milwaukee, with love.